Center for Information and Bubble Studies

“Bubbles” are usually considered unwelcome and destabilizing phenomena associated with finance and real estate markets. Generally a bubble has developed when assets trade at prices far exceeding the estimated fundamental value. 

CIBS brings together philosophy, economics, logic, social psychology, information theory, behavioural science, and computer science to form a novel and thoroughly interdisciplinary platform for analyzing and resolving often destabilizing bubble-phenomena of human and market interaction.


Engelhardt, RobinResearch assistant +45 353-32670E-mail
Hendricks, Vincent FellaProfessor +45 353-29398E-mail
Henriksen, Mads GramAssociate professor +45 353-35597E-mail
Leth, Laurs RandbøllPhD fellow +45 353-34897E-mail
Rendsvig, Rasmus KræmmerPostdoc +45 26 83 05 13E-mail
Stærk-Østergaard, JacobPostdoc +45 353-33532E-mail
Vestergaard, MadsPhD fellow +45 353-35258E-mail
Wiewiura, Joachim SchmidtPhD fellow +45 353-35235E-mail

See list of all the staff and research partners at at the center website.


Center director, professor Vincent Hendricks